Hike On This Winter-Friendly Part Of The Long Trail In Vermont For Gorgeous Snowy Vistas
Hiking in the mountains of Vermont is something that could never get old. Even in frigid temperatures, the beauty and majestic scenery of the Green Mountains will always more than compensate for our freezing toes. This winter, escape to the gorgeous and secluded Joseph Battell Wilderness in central Vermont for a winter hike with stunning snowy views! The Great Cliff via Long Trail trail is a short hike that offers outstanding natural beauty. Here’s a look at one of the best winter hikes in Vermont:
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Best Winter Hikes In Vermont
What are some of the best things to do outside in Vermont?
Hiking in winter is always an option in The Green Mountain State, but there are also many things to do when it’s cold outside. There’s always downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, sledding, snow tubing, or snowshoeing. You can find snowmobile trails around the state as well. Exploring one of the charming small towns around the state is a good choice, maybe a town like Woodstock which is considered one of the best small towns in Vermont. There are so many options to enjoy the winter outdoors before springtime arrives! You can find additional ideas for winter activities in this post.
Where can I go snow tubing in Vermont?
If you want a thrilling adventure that requires no skill, snow tubing is a great option! One of the most exciting places for snow tubing is Hard’Ack Recreation Area in St. Albans Town. Fun for the whole family, there is a steep hill that has a tow and a smaller hill that’s perfect for the littles. Kids and adults alike love snow tubing here!
What are the best ski resorts in Vermont?
If you’re an avid skier then you must visit Suicide Six, one of the very first ski resorts in the country. There is nothing quite like skiing at this historic resort. Okemo Mountain Resort is a stunning place for a winter getaway. With a comfortable lodge and world-class skiing, it’s considered one of the best ski resorts on the east coast.